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Subject: Re: 403B/Deferred Compensation Date: 2/24/1999 6:32 PM
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I have done exactly that with my own 403b. You can do it with current plan administrator or select new IRA funds. Your wife will probably need to get her employer to let the current plan manager know that she is fully eligible to rollover all funds at the time she terminates.
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